Top Romania: drive on the 50+ most amazing roads in Romania

Besides famous and international Transfăgărăşan mountain pass, there are some amazing roads in Romania that wait for you to discover them. Being paved or dirt roads, requiring 4WD or just normal street car, with amazing views or hiding at big altitude in deep forests, they all have something to offer.

Sometimes you follow a road for its beauty, sometimes for what you will find on your way and other times you just go for the feeling.

Here is a top of my favorite roads in Romania, most of them I have tried and the others and on my list.

1. Transfăgărăşan (Road 7C)- the best road in Romania

It is consider one of the most amazing road in the world. It has it all – the adrenaline, the view, the wow, the story, the history. On the other side, it is overcrowded and this can ruin everything.

The name comes from “trans” + “Făgăraş” which means over Făgăraş Mountains.

On the way you find a lot of other places to visit like: Bâlea Waterfall, Bâlea Lake, Caprei Waterfall, Vidraru Lake.

The road is usually very good, but there is always the element of weather. It can rain or get cloudy really fast. Add the element of human nature – in weekends it is so crowded that a line of cars is kilometers long, and you can not move further, or even worst, get stuck in the tunnel.

Advice: if you want some adrenaline and something amazing and unique, don’t miss Transfăgărăşan Road, but you have been advised not to come during weekend (Friday to Sunday).

Keep in mind that the road is opened from the beginning of June to end of September.

Official name DN 7C and it connects Bascov (Argeş) to Cârţişoara (Sibiu) running approx. 150 km.

I know you will not understand this, but it is better to cross from Transylvania to Muntenia (from North to South) , than the other way around. The Transylvanian side is more spectacular, and it has a greater impact when you go up from this side.

2. Transalpina Road (Road DN 67 C)

This is actually the highest road in Romania. While it is wilder and the drive on the plateau is longer, it can not beat Transfăgărăşan at the wow factor. But still, it is amazing and I would add relaxing.

You really get that feeling of mountain experience, you have time to feel the chill, and you definitely have more panoramic view points.

3. Transrarău (Road 175B and 175A)

Transrarău is a road crossing Rarău Mountains (as the name suggests) in Bucovina area. It connects the Chiril to Pojorâta.

Transrarău reaches 1400 meters altitude and it is a paved road, but be careful because from Chiril there is only one lane for both directions, while from Pojorâta there are 2 lanes. My recommendation is to go from one side to the other, just keep in mind this one lane issue.

The official name of the road is 175B and 175A.

Transrarău itinerary on Toura

4. The Boilers Canyon Road on Danube River (Road 57)

We drove on the Serbian side of the Danube Canyon on our return from Albania, but the Romanian side is just as beautiful. You can see our itinerary on Toura in the last day

5. Transbucegi (Road 713)

Even though the name suggests, the road does not cross a mountain, it just goes up to the top. But it is not any mountain, it is Bucegi, one of the most spectacular and mysterious mountains in Romania.

The road will take you to the Piatra Arsa and from there yo can reach Babele and Sfinx and the Cross.

Because this is the access road to Pestera Hotel, probably it is open all year round, so if you want to have some winter experience, you should try it.

6. Bicaz Pass (Road 12C)

Bicaz Pass is amazing because it is carved in Hăşmaşu Mare Mountains at 1256 m and created the famous and amazing Bicaz Gorges.

7. Culoarul Rucar Bran (Road DN73)

This road is not famous for the altitude or the dangerous bends, it is more about the winding roads with the mountains on each side, different scene every turn and passes the famous Bran Castle.

The mountain pass between Rucăr and Bran it is one of those roads that is amazing in any season

On the left and right of Rucar – Bran Pass you have a lot of touristic villages and a lot of places to see. Villages like: Moeciu, Magura, Fundata, Bran, Pestera, Sirnea, Rucar can offer some of the most amazing views and accommodation. I think Bran area is the second most appreciated area for holiday after Prahova Valley.

What I find most interesting about this place is the 2 seasons alternations visible with the naked eye.

Also you have places like Bran Castle, Dambovicioara Gorges, Dino Park, Rasnov Citadel, Rasnoavei Gorges, Prapastiile Zarnestilor, Valea Cetatii Cave and also some mountain trails in Piatra Craiului and Bucegi Mountains.

8. Drive on the shores of Lake Bicaz (Road DN 15)

Lake Bicaz is a man-made lake on Bistriţa River, close to Bicaz Gorges. The road DN 15windes on the sores of the Lake Bicaz, passing through some very nice villages. We had the chance to see an amazing sunset from here.

9. Cheia Pass (Road DN 1A)

Bratocea Pass or Cheia Pass (1263 m)- in Ciucaş Mountains. It is an alternative road connecting Bucharest to Brasov, it is less crowded than the famous Prahova Valley and in my opinion it is also more beautiful and wild. It is also known as Cheia – in translation “The Key” because of the hairpin road that resembles a key. A stop here is more than welcomed , even a picnic would be great.

10. Road to Poiana Brasov (DN 1E)

The road starts from Braşov and winds up into Postăvaru Mountains to Poiana Braşov – one of the most famous ski resorts in the country.

The road offers some amazing views over the old city of Braşov .

11. Prislop Pass

Prislop Pass is a mountain road between Rodnei Mountains and Maramures Mountains reaching 1416m altitude at Prislop Monastery.

The Road connects Maramures to Moldova (from Borsa to Carlibaba) and it is a very wild area with amazing view over the surrounding mountains.

12. Trasursoaia (Road 1R)

Transursoaia is a mountain road in Apuseni National Park, connecting Albac with Belis and passing through some amazing remote villages in the area.

Transursoaia itinerary on Toura

13. Prahova Valley / Predeal Pass (Road DN 1)

Prahova Valley is the most touristic road in Romania. What should take 2,5- 3 hours from Bucharest to Brasov, sometimes can take 6 to 8 hours due to road blocks, especially on weekends.

Valea Prahovei has Bucegi Mountains on one side and Baiului Mountains on the other side. Bucegi Mountains are one of the most spectacular Mountains in Romania, one place covered in mystery and strange phenomena. Bucegi is also home for Babele and Sfinx monuments .

Prahova Valley is home to the most popular holiday destinations in Romania with different cities and attractions.

Cities on Prahova Valley that worth visit Sinaia, Busteni, Predeal, Azuga.

There are also some amazing castles: Peles Castle and Cantacuzino Castle and the 120 years old winery at Rhein&Cie in Azuga.

There are a lot of options for winter sports and also for summer hiking. You can use the cable car in Busteni or Sinaia, or the chairlift in Sinaia.

Also nearby is the Transbucegi Road taking you in the hearth of the Bucegi Mountains.

14. Jiului Gorges (Road DN66 / E79)

The Road takes you into the Gorges created by River Jiu and creates The Defileul Jiului National Park

15. Olt Valley (DN 7 / E81)

From all the roads in Romania, this it is probably the busiest one. Due to the lack of highways in Romania, this is the main road to go from Bucharest to the west of the country and the Europe. You will find a lot of trucks speeding here, often there are accidents, but don’t let this discourage you.

16. Petrosani – Obarsia Lotrului – Voineasa (Road DN 7A)

This road crosses the famous Transalpina Road at Obarsia Lotrului, but it offers different kind of scenery. The road starts in Petrosani, then you poass Jietului Gorges and Waterfall.

From here the road takes you high on the mountain, reaching Obarsia Lotrului and crossing roads with Transalpina.

Then you reach Voineasa Lake.

17. Mestecanis Pass (1096 m) (Road DN17 / E58)

Mestecanis Pass is the road to Bucovina, to this timeless place where life has it’s undisturbed rhythm and where beauty is taken for granted.

18. TransSemenic (Road DJ 582)

TransSemenic is the road crossing Semenic Mountains. We started from Resita, then the road takes you high on the plateau where you see a wood carving exposition.

From the DJ 582, you make a right on DJ582 E to a mountain resort and to reach the Semenic Peak.

After this little hiking trip you stop in Garana Village – one of the most beautiful villages in Romania.

And one last stop is at the Lake Trei Ape – in translation “three waters”.

Transsemenic it is not a high altitude road, so no dramatic cliffs, gorges, bird’s eye view, but instead it has a very calming effect, a very serene state of mind. We even stayed one night here at the “La Popasul Cerbului” very close to Semenic Peak, and the views are just amazing.

19. Road through Dâmbovicioarei Gorges (Road DJ 730)

Dâmbovicioarei Gorges are an amazing canyon carved in the rock by Dâmbovicioara River.

20. Mușat Pass (Road DN 2D)

Road DN 2D is crossing from Transylvania (Targu Secuiesc) to Moldova (Vrancea) crossing the National Park Vrancea . The most interesting part of the road is Ojdula – Gresu – Lepsa.

21. Buzau Pass – drive on the shores of Lake Siriu (DN 10)

The road starts in Buzau and passes the mountains into Brasov. The first stop should be at muddy volcanos – a place so unique, that is does not look from this world.

A short hike away from DN 10 road you will find Pruncea Waterfall.

The true gem of this road is Lake Siriu.

You can visit “Valea Zimbrilor Vama Buzaului” sanctuary one of the few aurochs sanctuaries in Romania.

One last stop you can make on the road to Brasov is Prejmer Fortified Church.

Buzau Pass (DN 10) it can be done in any season, we prefer spring and autumn beauces it it an area with a loft of fruit trees that bloom in spring and a lot of forest to be intoxicated by autumn colors.

22. Tihuta Pass (Road DN 17 / E58)

Tihuta pass in a mountain pass between Bârgău Mountains and Călimani mountains that reaches 1201 m altitude.

The road starts in Vatra Dornei and just before starting the ascend you can stop for a walk in Poaina Stampei Peat Bog.

After passing Piatra Fantanele, you can make a detour to Lake Colibita

23. TransApuseni (Road DJ 108 C / DJ 763)

This is an off road itinerary that passes Apuseni Mountains. We did it with a small car (Volkswagen Golf), but it has it’s challenges.

As you leave Rachitele on this adventurous road, you can stop first at Bride’s Veil Waterfall.

Then the road starts to go up to Doda Pilii on 2 lanes, which become one and at some point the asphalt just stops. Around Padis the road is again with asphalt, and as you go down, you have on your right Crisul Pietros River with some amazing blue water.

TransApuseni is one of the most amazing roads in Romania, specially for those who are looking for a wild area with some spectacular views.

24. Zărneşti – Măgura – Peştera – Moeciu de Jos (DN 112G-58)

Few of the roads in Romania go so fast to such an amazing view.

Magura and Pestera are 2 villages settled on a hill top and surrounded by 2 mountains: Piatra Craiului and Bucegi. The views are amazing , and the road surprising at every turn.

I have to mention that the road between Magura and Pestera can not be done without a 4×4 car, but don’t loose your hope. You can visit with a small car either one of them. For example you can go from Moeciu de Jos to Pestera and back on asphalt road (with one lane), or you can go from Zarnesti to Magura and from there back on a dirt road accessible to small cars. Just do not attempt to go between the 2 villages with a small car because the road is very steep and the water has created deep ditches.

As you start the ascend from Zarnesti, you can have a hike in Prapastiile Zarnestilor – an amazing gorge at the foothill of Piatra Craiului Mountains.

The road to Magura from Zarnesti is accessible with any car .

One you reach the top, you can enjoy the amazing view.

25. Dobruja Gorges (Road DJ 222)

This is the only road in Constanta County to be included in this Top 50 Romanian Roads to drive. The road passes through the Dobruja Gorges.

26. Gutâi Pass (Road DN 18)

27. Baia de Aramă – Valea Cernei – Herculane (Road 67 D)

Before starting this road trip you can make a detour to God’s Bridge at Ponoarele – the second largest natural bridge in Europe – and some amazing clints.

The road starts to go up with view over Mehedinti Mountains. Then you go to down to Cerna Valley.

You can make a detour on Road 66A to Corcoaia Gorges.

Then the road will go side by side with Cerna Valley until you reach Baile Herculane.

28. Oraviţa – Anina – Reşiţa (Road DN57B, DN58)

The road takes you through National Park Cheile Nerei and National park Semenic-Cheile Carasului.

The first stop would be at Bigar Waterfall, classified as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world.

In Resita you can walk in the outdoor museum of steam locomotive .

29. Zarnesti – Poaina Marului – Sinca Veche (Road 73A)

Poiana Marului is one of those villages nestled on the hills with amazing 360 view over mountains.

On the road you can stop to see the Viaduct at Sinca Noua, the temple at Sinca Veche or the water mill at Ohaba.

30. Oituz Pass (Road DN 11)

A mountain pass between Nemira Mountains and Vrancei Mountains that reaches 866 meters altitude.

31. Tuşnad Pass (Road DN 12 / E578)

Tusnad Pass is a low altitude pass (640 m) in an area with many post-volcanic activity.

32. Bucin Pass (Road DN 13B)

After passing Bucin Pass , you arrive in Praid and Sovata, and you can visit Salt mine, Salt Hill and Sovata Lakes.

33. Road to Târsa

34. Borsec Pass / Creanga Pass (Road DN 15)

You can stop in Tusnad for some spring water or for a nice walk.

35. Trei Movile Pass and Ciumarna Pass (Road DN 17A)

This road takes you in the heart of Bucovina.

36. Ghimeş Pass (Road 12A)

37. Road to Plaiul Nucului (Road 203K)

38. Casin Pass (Road DN 11B)

39. Mureșul Superior Gorge (Road DN 15 / E578)

40. Şetref Pass (17C)

41. Neteda Pass (1039 m)

In our itinerary we went from Surdesti to Plopis, where we saw 2 of the UNESCO Wooden Churches, from there to Cavnic on road DJ184and from there to Wooden Church in Budesti and to the picturesque village of Breb on road DJ 109F.

you officially enter the magical land of Maramures, a place where people are as kind as the food they pun on your table and where the arts and crafts are well kept. When you are in Maramures, you simply know it.

42. Paltinu Lake and Doftana Valley (Road 102I and 101S)

The road starts from Campina on road 102 I, then you reach Paltinu Lake, then from Tesila you take road 101S to Secaria and then Comarnic. This road has some dirt road portions, but nothing you can not do with a small car.

43. Olt Pass / Spring of River Olt (DJ 125)

You pass Mesteacănul Dam an you go up on a dirt road to the spring of River Olt, one of the biggest rivers in Romania. This is one of the off road itineraries I was telling you about.

44. Vâlcan Pass (Road DJ 664)

This is a new project in Hunedoara County to cross Vâlcan Mountains at an altitude of 1621 m between Vâlcan and Schela. The road is only half paved.

45. Road to Biertan and the hilly area of Sibiu (Road 14, road 141)

The road starts in Sighisoara – a UNESCO site and the only inhabited medieval fortress in South-East Europe, then you head to Biertan Village. From here you pass Transylvania hills until you reach SIbiu and ASTRA Museum.

You can find this itinerary on the third day of our Autumn Trip in Transylvania


46. Tulcea – Murighiol – Sarichioi – Babadag

this road will take you at the edge of Danube Delta. You get a glimpse of the landscape and an idea of what it can be. But don’t miss the chance to visit the hearth of the Danube Delta for a few days.

The itinerary should start at the Traditional fishing village Museum. From here on you would start to see more deltaic imagery.

47. Cota 1400 Sinaia (Road DC 134)

Road starts in Sinaia and takes you up to altitude 1400.

48. Huta/Fargău Pass (Road DN 19)

You start the road in Sighetul Marmatei where you can visit the Memorial.

Next stop is at Merry Cemetery from Sapanta.

49. Belis Dealu Botii (Road DC 121)

The road takes you on the shore of Belis-Fantanele Lake

50. Sinaia to Targoviste (Road DN 71)

How are the roads in Romania

Romania is lacking in highways and high speed roads, but the scenic roads in Romania are not in short supply. With so many hilly and mountainous geography, the spectacular is just a turn away.

From all the roads in Romania, I appreciate the most the ones that are wild and undiscovered.

Bicaz Gorge – the road carved in the mountain

The Bicaz Gorge is the most spectacular gorge in Romania with its 8 km of ravines and vertical walls carved by the power of nature. The road and River Bicaz try to fit the narrow canyon.

Connection between Transylvania and Moldova

The 12C road accommodated in the canyon of Bicaz is connecting historical provinces of Transylvania and Moldova and is part of the “Cheile Bicazului-Hasmas National Park”. It has a historical meaning and also a breath-taking view.

Situated at 1256 m it is a very popular destination, being both practical to cross from one region to another and also magnificent as it offers amazing views of the power of nature.

Visit Bicaz Gorges

From Gheorgheni you start your ascent to the scenic Bucin pass – the crossing of Hasmas Mountain.

After some time you will reach the Red Lake (Lacul Rosu), full of mystery and drama with all the petrified tree trunks raising from the water. As soon as you exit the village you start your initiation in this sharp and steep gorge.

Spectacular view with sheer cliffs rising literally from the edges of the road, sometimes even above the road making the drivers and pedestrian to make a concession and avoid the contact with the rock.

This scenic drive will take you to a road that in flanked by 300m-high limestone rocks and you have to stop because driving it’s just not enough. You have to stop to convince yourself this is all real. If you come here in summer, the cool air will make you want to stay even more.

After you pass Bicaz Gorge and you are in Neamt County and you can visit the amazing Lake Bicaz. This is an artificial dam guarded by the hills that offers amazing sunsets.

Bicaz Gorge itinerary

We visited the Gorges so many times, but the first time I remember we crossed the gorges with the car and I couldn’t believe my eyes the beauty I just saw, so we paused our Toura itinerary and we went back to take it all in again. I simply could not grasp all the beauty, I needed more time between the rocky edges to convince myself it is real. You can see our Bicaz Gorge on our Toura itinerary along with other great places in the area: Red Lake, Bicaz Lake, Borsec City and Mohos Peat Bog.

Mohos Peat Bog – walking on the water experiment

I loved Tinovul Mohos (Mohos Peat Bog) from the first moment I understood its meaning. Besides the fact that the hole place looks out of this world, just understanding the genesis, will give you goosebumps.

Long long time ago, The Volcano Mohos erupted and in the crater left behind there a lake formed. After some time, The Saint Ana Volcano erupted and covered with ash the lake in the Mohos Crater. From then 7 meters of ash and peat created a surface above the lake. A few plants adapted to this very acid, very poor soil and they create a dwarf like landscape.

Walking here is like you are in a children story, where dragons have burnt everything in their way. The dwarf pine which is the only one surviving in this environment looks wretched and almost dead, just a few hints tell you that they live, but their height is not bigger than 6 meters.

Besides the dwarf pine there are some other small plants adapted to the life in the peat:  bog-rosemary, bog cranberry, blueberry and some carnivorous plants.

At the entrance in Mohos Peat Bog, you will meet your guide and you will enter together. There are entrances each hour. The guide spoke with us in Romanian and Hungarian, but I hope they have a version in English too. Both of the guides we had were great story tellers and funny, they answer you questions, they teach you a lot of things and tell a lot of bear jokes.

After a 10 minutes of information you enter the peat over a wooden bridge, and afterwards on wood steps that will guide your visit inside. If you step outside them your foot will submerge in the moss carpet impregnated with water like a sponge. We first realized it because we entered with our dog and she doesn’t step exactly on the wood , and her feet would sing a few centimeters and then we tried on our own.

They say this is the wild animal way across the peat, the know where to step in order not to sink, but in other area the risk is real. But this path is constructed right at the edge of the peat with access to 2 most amazing lakes.

As you enter the peat you can see how the forest changes, from green tall tress as you enter into an area with the dwarf pine, struggling to survive. And as you watch in the distance you can map the exact limits of the peat because the vegetation changes drastically. The blueberries area is next, and from here to the first lake.

There used to be around 200 + lakes, while now are there are only 15 left. In this trip you get to see 2 of them. The lakes in Mohos Peat Bog have a special petrol-like look – a dark blue that is completely opaque and seems denser that water. These lake communicate with the underground lake with a hourglass-shape of 22 height.

You are standing on a wood bridge and looking at the lake from any position you can not take a pick to see what it is inside, only the reflection of the sky and the forest.

And you realize that beneath you is a huge underground lake and only a 10 meters layer of peat separates you from the 10 million liters of water, and this water is an example of who the tar-like water.

From here you go to the next lake and you get to see the carnivorous plants better because of the opens of the area. Then you exit, not before you wind int he wooden path created in the dense pine forest.

The guide will wait here an you exit the peat and return to the starting point on a dirt road.

Due to high acidity of the water and of the soil, due to the volcanic origin, everything in this place look from a different story. it is a place where the underground sends messages to the surface, where everything is connected

To sum up the hole experience, you walk in the crater of a volcano that become a lake and it was covered by ash and peat so now you can walk on this thin ground and in order not to sink, there is a wooden path you have to follow. Are you up for it? Not that is dangerous, but it definitely is exciting.

The Mohos Peat Bog is situated at 1050 meters altitude, 100 meters higher that Lake Saint Anne. I suggest from here you go to visit the lake. You have all the information in our Toura itinerary in Harghita and Covasna County

Visit Mohos Peat Bog

If you want to visit the Mohos Peat Bog, follow our itinerary on the map. As you arrive in the area you will pay a parking tax of 10 lei (2 euro) for the car. After parking you go to buy tickets – 5 lei /person (1 euro). The entrance is every 2 hours: 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00. I think when it is busy the guided tours are each hour.

I said you something about walking on water and I was not kidding. here is the proof from our itinerary recording:

As long as you are in the area visit some of the most beautiful villages in Romania .

Turda Salt Mine – the man-made underground constellation

It really is hard to imagine what it will be like when you go underground to Turda Salt Mine. I’m sure you’ve seen pictures, you’ve been inspired to tackle the subject, but they are all bits and pieces. The place is so big that it is really hard to capture the hole thing in one picture: it is on different levels and huge heights, so no picture or movie can do it justice.

With a little imagination you can spend an entire day in this place, it is even recommended. The salty air is good for all kind of respiratory health problems. They have all kinds of facilities to keep you and your kids busy – a football/baseball field, mini gulf course, several ping pong tables, places to rent equipment, a roller coaster, a large amphitheater, a lake with boats, 10 floors of stairs that you are recommended to use as you go in and out. So this people really want to make you loose a sweat in here, but it is for your own good. Despite the healthy benefits, there is a benefit for the eyes. It is truly an art installation made from light in this re-purposed m

This mine had different purposes in time. It started as a salt exploitation during the roman period. As you know salt was important for Romans, it was a currency, people used to be paid in salt. During its lifetime it was a storage for food and cheese due to controlled temperature and antiseptic properties of salt, but i was also a deposit for bombs during WW2.

Three billion tons of dislocated salt, has left behind a space to be filled by human imagination. From a very pragmatic purpose of excavating salt to a very artsy perspective over the underground world.

I don’t any other place below the earth where human hand can do a better job than nature, except this marvelous place where humans have overtake nature by creating this underground constellation.

Once you go inside you will be reborn under the zodiac sign of salt and light – in a way the two essential elements of life.

As you go in the passage takes you from a man made structure, to a salty and curved ceiling.

Then you reach the first mining rooms, and the traditional area, where everything is kept as it was. Most fascinating here is how the salt took over everything in its way. Wood, metal, string, doesn’t matter, the salt gradually cover it in a cauliflower-like coating.

From here you have to go 13 floors down. Each floor has a balcony and you see gradually how the lights unfolds before your eyes. I recommend taking the stairs down and up. will give you plenty photo spots and time to take in the view and the salty air.

You have reached the playful level, as I told you in the beginning of the article. Enjoy the time here, spear at least 2 hours of your time and pick your sport of choice. And then sit and admire the natural elements: the gradient of the salt, the noodle-like stalactites coming from the ceiling and forming a chandelier

From here there is another layer down to Terezia Mine, where you reach the underground lake and the wood houses shaped like hedgehog. You go down and you cross a bridge reaching the island in the middle of the lake. From here you can rent a boat and paddle around. This gives you time to reflect about some facts: you are 70 meters below the surface, paddling in a boat, at the light of futuristic fixtures with structure that belong to a sci-fi movie. Take a deep breath and keep moving around, take pictures and enjoy this once in a lifetime experience.

Next would be to climb the 13 floors up. There is an elevator, but it is always crowded and it will deprive you of the full experience.

Preparing to go:

  • I recommend to go weekdays and when there no public holiday. It is after all the most visited place in Romania. To really enjoy this it and to take it in (so to speak), you need some room.
  • dress warmly because underground temperature is constant around 10 degrees. Especially if you want to spend more time. You have a lot of means to get warn, but don;t count only on that (paddle boat, 13 floors of stairs, ping pong, and many others).
  • prices are:
    • adult admission 30 RON (6 euro)
    • child admission 15 RON (3 euro)
    • parking 5 RON (1 euro)
    • 20 minute boat 15 RON (3 euro)
    • 30 minutes ping pong 10 RON (2 euro)

Turda Salt Mine is a unique experience from anything you have known or seen before. It is really hard to share the feeling of the deep, wide underground emptiness filled with floating lighting. It is an experience you have to make for yourself, with time and patience, one breath at a time.

If you find yourself not resisting the temptation to put Turda Salt Mine on your next trip, then consider the following:

  • Apuseni Mountains
  • Rosia Montana
  • Detunata Goala
  • Pisoaia Waterfall
  • Transuroaia Road
  • Brides’ Veil Waterfall
  • Bear Cave
  • Rusty Pit
  • Ice Cave from Scarisoara
  • Rimetea Village
  • Turda Gorges

See our Toura itinerary in Apuseni Mountains including Turda Salt Mine and the above landmarks :